Asked to rank her level of pain after the results came in, on a scale from 1 to 10—1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest—Clinton said, "It's gone down the scale. It was probably 25 when the election ended in such a surprising, and for me, distressing way. But part of what has happened over the last months for me was writing a book that gave me a chance to look at everything that happened: what I did, what I could have done better, what my campaign could have done better, [and] these forces at work during the election and [are] still at work, when you think about Russia and other places that are of concern to me. So, it was cathartic."
"Here I am," Clinton added. "I hope that people will find it useful and informative."
In writing the book, she said, "I really saw it as both personal and historical."
"It started out, for me, trying to just come to grips with what happened.Read more at EOnline